Introduction to Kendallville, Indiana
Kendallville is located in Noble county, which was formed in 1836, out of the LaGrange county. Noble county was named in honor of Noah Noble, who served as the Governor of Indiana from the year 1831 to 1837. Kendallville was named after Amos Kendall, the postmaster general of the city.
Kendallville and nearby Attractions
- Mid - America Windmill Museum
- Chain O' Lakes State Park
- Garrett Historical Museum
- Gene Stratton - Porter State Historic Site
- Steuben county Park
- Auburn - Cord - Duesenberg Museum
Things To Do In Kendallville
Kendallville is home to the Mid - America Windmill Museum. The Auburn - Cord - Duesenberg Museum, Gene Stratton - Porter State Historic Site, and Menno - Hof are close by. The Chain O'Lakes State Park, Steuben County Park, and Pokagon State Park offer facilities for hiking, boating, swimming, and camping; these parks also have trails and picnic areas. The local celebrations of Apple Festival, Tri - State Bluegrass Festival, and Noble County Community Fair are held yearly.
The closest airport to the city is the Fort Wayne International Airport.
Kendallville Higher Education
Indiana University - Purdue University - Fort Wayne, Kellogg Community College, and Western Michigan University provide classes for higher studies.